Sunday, May 03, 2009

Sample Sewing

I worked on a couple of samples for my classes at the quilt shop.

Here is Abbey Lane Quilts - Bungalow Bag made from Sis Boom fabric. It is a super cute bag.





Then I worked on Amy Butler's Anna Tunic, it calls for shank buttons, I had 4 matching ones in, yea.




Here is the flower pin, included in the instructions. I probably would like it better with finished edges but I always try to make a pattern for the first time just the way it is written. Then I can make some changes if I need for the class.



Here is the tunic, very nice pattern, easy to make and cute, too.




16 comments:

  1. great handbag and tunic!!!! Way to go!!

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  2. Very stylish items--cute fabric and patterns.

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  3. Beautiful. I cannot wait to see it modelled.

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  4. I always thought that was the cutest tunic pattern, and you proved it.

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  5. Wow-you've been busy! I think it's great you have a friend who owns a fabric store. Your bags are great! The tunic is fabulous!

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  6. Very nice purse and tunic. I would love to see the tunic modelled.

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  7. Like the purse and tunic as well. Great job with the fabric flower.

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  8. Just love this tunic..and the bag is gorgeous!

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  9. Love the tunic! and the fabric flower.....I've been thinking of trying that myself!

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  10. Oh, the tunic is AWESOME. I love, love, love the pin. I would want it finished too.

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  11. Beth Conky7:25 AM

    Love the purse. The colors are cute together.

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  12. Love your choice of fabric for both items! I always love the thinks you make!

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  13. That tunic is very cute. The flower really adds something.

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  14. Hi Lori,

    I have just mentioned your version of the Anna tunic over at pattern review dot com. I think yours looks much better than mine! I'd swap in a flash!

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  15. Cute tunic and I totally adore that bag too!

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  16. Your Anna tunic is exquisite!!! Very well done!

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